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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00010883:00806
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ione werX a sh sa je o oeCsvst for atomig ace.
ere, but ed the motly n one al d to use nuclear weapons shore three days ago. inning here onday th aaia.
c 'in pe "t "lom be i d bet m y ch rcha bildn landed at 7:56 p.m. n p wa.






e Mnfll warned of rapid stids complacent." divisions and a couple o Army said, the United States will nee Beach patrols founh a crew- All Western leaders eprsedi
C Wproller's wce mhereO devei- opiDglongrange etbob- Twnp outlinmped ra the and role egia mental killibat tenast nd injurngeipped ad mobile forces to man ns.man who had hopett the top-l corner
rtto Washigret gided mies and other os Ameriantte train apparently was going too fast forthdience S outh dight asty lrge or was averted was hed ashore on a raft early ne ind luton or
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S h .. c o, I .. -(up)-The Mexican Navy has French Premier dgaer V. m r l M ii
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QUANTIC, Va., July (UP) elsewhe re, but the concluded the They are i clouded mostly in r ds SIority after Adenaue rom shock athr d exposure, when ernoon by Secretary of State dates
Topf litary mn gravely n country is no position to be Marine division and. three Army si a future war. necessary" Udersecrtary of the Navy Al- John Foheter Des Brthfor- The board tat that
warned fRussas rapid strid complacent." divions and a couple of Ary said, the aUnited States will eedic Beach patrols founa orderew-d an e serty Harold acM- wished to f
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i +,.t /0dprobe t__A he Governor Arys lslman
befor he. rt ire. Jn 0 tha U.. T A sk, cs
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eye i g r portat." Wash.) ro od that and July 16 refusal to repoin to the United
School injury e r ady to Taylor spoke before 170 of the Matthew B "wy e cald Bwetwaces oa ybtion nowsad-GoveMuBos Ma- Nations on administration of theircl n AbeIn
a& aeldtl aryndr when vc te, Texab n action's top military and civilian before the Se/ate Armed Servic- h to e nd stUpper ri_ of Puerto Rioe _id last naght Caribbean Territories. of l r
he was lt truCk in Were IOB 4 ID a leN A deas-ee leaders atntheir a oual w co005llonee to explain his ob- Suo o hih wu .st on erm h tt hit territory asd the Dutch i Teri ores L al
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Sii allGthen MarnCorps J tgy bilnext week. Th would be enact- islands in the Caribban, are rea-I Muno t Mari arrI ed here






Sel l e5 I i at the Ma orp cll wt that o r awI Te the si nature of dy or slg erenmet. Thuray night or a etwo-d a y' B AA I
left ee. R s*ae reporters ecsbu were not adud to ge "a.eew the government could start eHthe Haguepsuburb of Wasseaear Cope5en tomorrow. t p 6
-?e PIL s- et4 the secret conferences but were ofurgwat uy postre" In tat he awith te Dutch I his opinion, be said the UAP
not be ccoi n e iliti had sapplred sumes of remarks. ew of Rt 's pion and that he agreed i- n lita ed States g rnmenot would noth li
niua f thi e ded airc p ere wa no ted portuaitt to thndm-iixlatlamon'sufusal to object to ceasing its reports to the
S..D ania.. r 'lbut sek elaboration or to. be certain out ta Coiigrealeal. decl- U.N.. In Puerto Rico. L .ASVEG. Tl iy,
StateHe ow .s tile funes d .of ba the remarks hatted out w ere slot to expand the Marine he-A resort hotel r WHl
wek fore bs Angl ISea, Corps. He also told the press toafe- Peeer) Cd because its
it la contact wit an sur- Miss Lao, a pretty, dae-halre Tfihe possibility al moye Tar ast. It was disclosed yesterde ence Puerto Rico would like to saidhis act wua Ate i
geon. hd about his age, apped at e er cuts was n single sentence that idgway, a few days before have the aid of Dutch engslers a Bible s:clety than a
At present, the Mewenhall .aboa Magistrate's Ott It said Taylor "pointed out the he rered June 30 as Army chief In reclaiming' marshlands and casino's nightclub,
family is financially unable to Helton was first charge She vol. facilIties available in Japan and of staff, declared that military moving salt from coastal fields.
deSray any of ltee costs toward unteered to testify as a characto rea and the impact on these faA forces are "inadeq nate in During his stay here. he has con- Cox confirmed he had b
the operation, due to a recent witness fur her fance but she cti ties of future planned reduction stre-ngth and improperly pro- feared with ifticial of the giant fired alter three shows at t B
serlo heart operation the was not requested to do so. in forces." portioned." Pls Electrical Industry at Dunes Hotel casino ad
fath which was also pe Durin tn's trial the U. This led to immediate sp vecula- e outlined is position n a Einven and said he was hop the opin "I guess t
ed. i the United.States. S. District Court at AJcon, she o tiou as much as another full Ar- letter to Defense Secretary lg to. persuade them to set up a like my ac
At s date, o cofira front seat d my division may be pulled out o Charle E. Won rnc uerto which al-
has been received fro i te_ ghout the three-day trial pro- Korea leaving a tok n U. S. The letter tended to rekin- yl aew.i le atdo.hei i i c
bi -' .. -. ..n.h.,Aei retm"a ire r .o.azraa.wt-d.t te.nIt Bt Au G e,- ..-"
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Oade doctors of t e theea; .il ro d force wt the 20 active die the opposition of Senate fatories the Philips firm ihas t owners of the Dues, bl
Sh tle tl def ae lawyer, WoodSouth Korea visions. Taylor Democrats to the adminaltra- question under consideration, he dischar a the material
L a ttalraw d C *, is preIsing fe ws Far East commander before tion's policy of placing prima- said. pared for 'he
4..weu~q to- e her he. blecpm.. e chief of staff. rh emphals on air power and Mnd M Pet II he sloit
a -..-._ mar.-i Thle United States now has abityto desver atomic weap-t Monora oaid Puerto -Bbe oe
ashkto send ch l .bo. t 20,000 servicime in the ens and secondary emphasis caia should learn much abroad a- material. might aves
3. Behmitt mai sesatertth to be ma lb-B A on round f m, i bout industrialization. ut not bars,"
Ch Mntt t Ibe way said this policy may "A healthy indust 7 alw1 i a "Its tl same-act that
e.ot the fd. ..be phninto Russia's hands good study object, e sa me h re mla.n si
b o anksf Halt Raging French Mob :,,1 insnce theremay' besa"commo .s
*,te *O ..e h u, ".n Rldgway said there is little labmuatm workers. _0uer sae "wa ma.i
fl' .. L- '3'-1- ^ S-- reason Ito dubt that Russliia iimatin wordscu smt ,ble o h wvnl 0 I
0. f tS;, .....nus C bL "uld prefer to avoid use Qf a- ESt SsyhS^'ear
-^w .. .. .lsau tomic weapons andi& rely Instead sss'a te .'
S.o stai d Casablnca .. --B Bbb rawth
S.. IIstr Josehuas, Ova
".-iAtA *amt 'icaelnMInIster IrI. Minister.W e
., - -oreo], Jlf a the native quarter, angr nld S e ur n ams Plai tier i t t t
S(U -A r ttlaed da. -. msa- s of Moroccans so fire to aF Min isr -t. P-len t m its E
iM~JwI a today, Ospital and a sugar warehouse.lilg / toieS
pIse ino! a an Thy stoned firemen trying to put Munoz Marik refused to reveal flea as
f r t I J ~o -. W. asra ilW o= *liM -- Mins er .1WM what he had discussed wt W a TW ,. ig "I
____._____ rFs.l.Wsertrs,..,, tJ.eut. -l---i _.. it l ...ana Friday. Hde s aid thu
Au-t.goes anmn% that..- 7 martial law Im-posed ,a .its flyin to Washing-cd edb r brief Wod Wr Two thing st.
t..e Tft.ll foree"inan fort anew trn tour aysot.consutstaff at Puerto Rico's Government
3o peace:,,to thislaI-ed ci. tion with State Department an* MGaM
LaEtr. Department offielals 0a!
Saon with machinegam s the future of the Jamaican farm t His am Am-
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"Na Just one at a time is ample," I thanked him.
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SMotoing cap, reversed, and mach numbers
is," 1 reminded him. "The ear days of flying. Be*
fre colof" and air hostesses and things. Best thing
about flying is how far and how fast you can get away
fm a Also colonels. Now take Bleriot.. ."
'Yt takme Btr I'll take the women."
"You don% want to know about Bleriot?"
want to know about women."
"'twiert's a flyer from so far back that in those days
the term 'Under the hood' meant instrument flying prao-
tce, listed of an airman from Albrook."
Well, came along a femalesort of manifestation, and
Sreaon which to this moment I have not been able to
comprehend the fellow ceased to make any attempt to
follow along with my explanaton of flight and whatnot
But the Blerlot busine stuck n my mind, so I de-
cided to check with an oracle wit whom Iappen to have
a happy association, as to what had been goi on since
that day in 1900 when I lost a bet that Blerlot could not
make it by plane across the English ChanneL
I had figured out that he didn't have a prayer of get'
ting a clearance without an instrument rating. Sre
control character.craed me um
"Hey," I 4 to Alrook s alert MaJ. Mickey Roth,
having to have Fuerna y a get me a long -
tainceUne t t a lot of sttic about those three months
I owe. "What ves with the Bieriot business?"
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Air Fomu-ra, the fy.'.
Well, ayths for ey oth He's a Public In-
fti atam Offlm r who'S play nigh on any angle to do
good for his service.
After I had broached the topic of fying, he made no
attempt whatsoever to steer me off into more tpoatant
realms, such as returns in triplicate, and potatoes per
peon, and other conslderatians to which the armed ser-
ie vwry .star otity except at the pestiterous
periods when a distracting war intekvenes.
Flylag, MuAtIfr- .w about?" he said.

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IWd st the m an," said Mickey. "Capt, Mch-
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. vc t obl. Would you care a conference?" :i
="m Roger. Wilco. Where am ?" I cd,
mindful otA ir Force procedure.
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to a TU33, I widt the smfling-eyed CaptataDavis
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But he was too much the good host He undertook
to get thfire burning n some roundabout way of his

A I an ay that my Scoutmaster would never
It gI no s Merit a a d for 4lghting fires that way.
Ssem, as a guest hat go Into the ethics ofthe

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de way th u some stratus em of hi s own, from th
frst cockpit. despite t fac that I out-steakat
him by something ke grs ep, that the wd.

I would lI Ike to have y know actly the manner in
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nt of tem bucket, but I Iunderstand t was something
todo with switches that he bad, and which I did not have.
'This brings s back tothe dark subject of Fueres y
Lus, which a often has aitch that I do not have.
That m Told be the s bc that converts my treetop
aluede a to Panama DmyIght Tine (Ia, after sense
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means of a* pipe t permits m1n.
add W 40,kle Aown tq KIAMLTON, .ich. (UP) -
,e h ts. e Earl Powle was issued a hrmit
ANi thft4Wlmit vati4h vs uccef. In May to .skot deer wich he
fl, it Ul help the-orchid indus, claimed were damaging his eel-
.,w7 .w i _h .a t. bumnpss be- cry crop. The crop damage is the
caue of -a dereabe In demand for firt-f Its kind reported in west-
orchid corsages.. ern. Michigan and Cnservation
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to keep rchid pr k h-iigh because cated the deer herd was building
expensive material,% .ah as -ui* to ."problem" proportioins,


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'Ma!'-atee bonw.-and-jftot ame
stll oBift hlFair#.. '7.
'W4%o.Ansudcqs aneray
r~utFbapt opirsat,14 anc
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two or three years tr sinit g de
pending on class attendance in an
individual development. P r e m a-
ture toe dancing may harm the
soft bone structure of a child.
If strength and endurance is the
mark of masculinity, thn it is in-
teresting to note the similarity be.,
tween professional male athletes
and dancers.
Besides having a perfect sense
of coordination and timing too,
many athletes have- become danc-
ers.
Igor Youskevitch, visiting dan-
seur, was a competing Olympic
athlete when he became interest-
ed in ballet. Many fine athletes
have extended their talent into the
arts.
Ray Robinson, boxer, has
danced successfully in night clubs.
Swimming champions (Weismul-
ler Crabbe) became actors.
Fletcher Martin, the other way a-
round, was a boxer before, turn-
ing to painting.
It is a rare opportunity and pri-
velege to see Nora Kaye, J ohn
Kriza, Rosella Hightower and Igor
Youskevitch dance this week.
To live without the arts, e at,
sleep, live by the senses alone,, is
very possible. However, man is a
happier fellow when finding plea-
sure in entertainment and Knowl-
edge thru the arts because he has
not been completely satisfied with
only thernecessities of life.

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116PAIS fffWcai In 0"ju~ of
what tanidlIyM posaibit and
most ea i rance!
DAnei is n a corn| town
sic. It is visual 11ON oftlbequtt
ful .m events invented br
ist.6 9- choreographer, ,It !And.,
show music. He o'trols-al ueri
another artist, the ballet dancer.
Such a dancer isl the product of
yearn of exacting. trahng.
Some of the aspects if ballet
are a matter of personal opinion,
Familiarity in the contributing
arts, such as painting, m us8 ic,
sculpture and drama besi d es
dance, affects one's appreciation.
It ha .been wisely suggested by
George Baianeine(. dancer, cho-
reographer and musician, that
readig ballet stories and 'listen-
ing to its music It possible would
help. It avoids the. program peer-.
ing by cigarette lighters during a
performance. Some effort in self-
instruction is necessary, too, on
the part of the audience to relax
completely and enjoy an evening
at a ballet theater.
There are reasons why the turn-
out leg position is basic in ballet.
A dancer's legs should be turned
out' in opposite directions fr o m
the hips straight down. This per-
mits freer movements in all di-
rections.
In extensions (stretching out of
legs) it prements the leg in th e
most pleasing line. Straight knees
are required t leg extensions and
in positions in the air. Balance,
clean execution and prfect posi-
tion8 must be regarded. A5r m s,
that must be articulate in expres-
sion. should be well placed to con-
serve pleasing linear qualities in
relatonl tp m-the rest of the bo-
i, dy, They should move. smiothly
from'one position to another. Hand
and feet are also important. The
hand is part of the arm. A line
s should not be broken at the wrist
by the sharp drop if the h0a.d
with curled or stiff tingers at the
An a rm ne continues dows to
the tips of the fingers. So it is
with the feet. They should always
be poited whenever they are off
the flo. This preserves the clean
straighlitne of the legs. fi e
Toe dancing is not painful if the
proper muscles pro c o r r e c t I y
trained. ,One may wonder at the


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t oan he,--Is* dof own Slices are floh*, seasoned w lt, h Cub. bim . dd
nae Shwe a Ianse1bd., w fopr k l tod thnd ie salt and.,sprinkl ,,.ilbralIX with -chopped. oO. t, h, vine-
,y. M iss ba.-w---oalUaal Pazplan, to be,, paprika thn deepnfat fried 'for gar or 1ick Sd.in~u~e,
bo ,,su a style, ,whem Asid mdhe d igW 'about ih minutes A different fla. add ce'le. onhons,
or is given to the Tartar Sauce sliced. Keep cold i, rfrigerator.
by adding 3 tablespoons of India Just before serving, add IlarMat-
BY BETT WADE prefer to do their equivalent f Relish to a small jar of Tartar ed mixture an enoua yo
.!the sou-to-nte wedding. Sauce. ase to acoat the vegetables Toa
C9W YORK -(NEA)-Two ve. Fdindlfg husbands poses the au..auntilel t t.th Geabs. .to
lUcky you ladles are Fumt. same problem to these strictly Forks and spoons are the only, mat wedges and ar -cooked
iba an X 8ikukiasakl. In twentieth oentury career gals as implements needed because, what-
an, where the business of ca- it does to high powered women ever the breadstuff, it is buttered ,
sfor women as just going executives in this country. ahead of time. Brown 'n serve Of / -
bugh its early throes., they are "Men think that to have a rolls, garlic vread. parsley-lemon
Sof 70 fortunate girls who are stewardess girl iend is very de loaf are buttered ah ead of time
line stewardesses. sirable. They think that we are and kept hot in an electric cas-
wonderful wives to be,' ex-i serole. Dessert as a cake from a ref s
et the dilemmas they face asmplained Miss Sasal.. "But many! Have you ever idered iow the Gibson Girl looked all dreuedils black laosand M he esanth lio' y mr trim. en good bakery, fruit and coffee.
oer career women m t el r men envy us our freedom. Andi up for a party? Justl tke the girl on the left, who's wdea SFit is that there eJust wma'tra seem oe. aow., ethIs
y aren't m u c h dierent some are a little afradl because ivory garden party dress of handmade Battenberg lace over what we do with lae these MaE (r ), CaNele makes Parl e.Lemon_ Laf
those of American women. Iwe know more about the world satin. The horsehair hat is edged i lare and trimmed wirth aa summer evenir dress of rw.s a ews of gtrewhite (.l d: 2 dosed A young woman 'at yet a p.
ardt a '.. the matter otf n a many other girls." cream willow plumae. Dress and hat are from a private costume co te laoe. Each rw Is shed ln agrow ribn.eoB.skirt es or rv pro n her m le years oo
al a. t' t till'., ..at It'ls. clear that they collection. Thkl lack C ntilly dresm (seenter) was worn by has beck fa.e. m. Gold pagley s.lUbb2atstresse the" n pa rooi an her mid cool y near ta
i, 9m W ae e wpaidn't, switch jobs for anything, the gifted Sarah Ber Lace Ls over ivo eyelet net and lon im.Th dreshas amim lines, BM it's elegant in One (1-pound) loaf unsliced en- recently. "Ugh, what a geat deal
apau e_. it '.t e lept, Mal, possibly, Jat t61he there's a draping of pale blue velvet on the ice. Pi at feenntf .-3oy UAI& DUGAI, N S Av ditor. riched bread, cup chopped of hair we wore than!" she .m-
b,.ut a 'l'ilt _. t*ft.gu. ... ,--- parsley, cup spft ,butter oriented, ldol atthe1 gfull
p oems0 r th e r margarine 2 teaspoons lemon bobs on the g in the mm,
problems rathjee. Cut bread in half, length. tographs.
ftyfrom TOkyo, in s ew York ,is m. oLi vacation ,,2 .ptla y, through to the bottom crust; mix If ]d only known how a1
......m....n.w and /o7 .. .am1 0ca. o, I-L L J ,pt a ,wisb. Cut.ac hal loaf alos t
fl)~~-~~j5~ ~7~ ~-*~~~* 1u cIj~oau4 parsleyl, butter and lemon juice. it' *ainIdhv a ~
etAwooug oenexeaer 1ro nSpread parsley mixture betweep cut right off," she continued.
,,theI tWK yoASng women ex- ,. RWOOWOD each two slices of bread. Place oh ILong hair and short ,"
,id demonstrate three. BY AY 5 IEWO cookie sheet and hea in lhot oven commented he' hushd .f soe
brid, lpts t'Wil(400,de eesF.!, for,12 m~inutcp, deepi hsa I,
aI sy wyle j0shots for |What a. nice color brown laL or, HQ 4ping .ot,#id Ciguaty, rr ip no sl -in
Why a er cou fobroke an dma ruvr starOY or Stark. .black bca look city.. battering n ut the
drn suer finery .r.avels and earn a fstar ir fled and summery on the young Viviani -'s C-he Salad lead and ears for hair er elpthas
t ou trnss ftem rrenps who things, but it seems to make field : 12 s servings) styles now outdated. Lon wa
utt ft p4an M to near tge dtals grown women look tired and hot, hair and short skirts with colt.
m s e a o.the ...... CUhoeolate brown, oil the other Two slices boiled ham ,(1.inch like legs lopingoff in al diree-
exad A he Y '.to. tf. beat... th Ihand, seems to be a great help thick), 1 alice Swiss cheese (1 inch tions were the epitOme of beauty
.t cns she. Vtis.otight she'd eprase flor- a sprightly wall to certain mature complexions. at that time. Now the h ir -is
Inrried n Wester wed.r lulap, a rec o r a l a One mature woman we saw. w -shor, he dmirts slightly .ieg,
wse J e west man, e rest e boed or uped a light toast brown suit a Dogs Are ogone e o ore subtle,
J A i e rest" cA boed.. or ._IUs bue ~a sis m-a- ummar.outfit. og. Are -D"*..... n... -h,:-'a'
I asd up for~'tl* aeligut of theI
I pasted up to e ht o She accessorized with a small Ex pensive As 'Pets Butany yo wom de.
of 14 w, on the otre xlamt wa ao hem .r .o white straw hat, dark brown xensve. s ceiving herl i e ink
"of-sle fencesd. "It's one a'loexcitag t was to catca t .he osh shoes and white gloves. The ewill be ronsiderlt bie ks tr
ima, she sai'd. "and .-, .d_ or now tae -uni-woner a ooeai whole effect was smooth a ad MIAMI -(UP) IThe average all time. Wcner, dsa -"
t pl.ue m nar ",m locus without -aunior closing comfortable looking. family spends about $U5 to own, I Ione or e.
Kth wo m exIS ,-, th t i toe e orem m ... .l feed and care Or a dog. This fig, cause one th -le
Sin e ex a, tot the. dispay. This ringe of color sees ture was set by Gilbert, Allen and in theeyrisne
lets nie h to as arevet; as look best on women w ith white Co. ofl alesh, a tealist; s in ani- There are a era all
s h Id a lh was oofhe w air, dark eyes and quite a ight mal mediie ein ly b taste.t y o*fat l
M leua both have revised ten setting pictured a skin. Yet many women might lTypical American pet o walag only try olln to wigt's be-
easumam -hardo- of bove,-.tO Morpospur te an Od experiment with it in the sum habits. coming as much a possible due
istewardes, It would obvious- roa and real ann 4a; on lne mer to see what can be done in. ing these times. One- can .k
*ofoeTh at *gVF6oug god Thou~gh otsvr acrin oa. ciuclwdigmun~o
ry Involved haio necessary On a backiroud'd of perfdtatedw at bringing
It l saiblt uce the ~o set *Ot PRe .tteN way bout go ed og as ,,e& Wtearea, ithatpIht w i
waeiwoo d ... IbhaalnW'Ib hugP. ea e el mature women have which he lives, the report said the for year s. 'ot Sat
,,.'S, ,, "e .... .. ,~ s 0@ te .| Iworry about a really extensive national average comes to kibut 19 's classic drxis w oas. a y
,.",. ke 4 -o wardrobe for town wear. Mo st 10 pryer. Average life spt -lwe high inr' frtnt to
Se oUt or 10 on me add color. of Us are concerned with house for the canines is seven and one- rund in back Any o
aI brides hv a wig fit- tr morecolor, oshe mounted ~agroundibakAym' wao
brides have a w.ig fit- efor more cooor, e dresses nd a few party dre ses. years. wore an antique dress w don-
-the oceaslo. and then re* the beat pastures on coloreO cU closet full of suits is far omsidered just toq umint it w@Vds-
ft to the wilinaker a ~tt r staqqtloo paper. Unusually fotlsehulofsisssfo from qie
i, "we re-"arged teo g's ,e osherepwmad Mummlanr n 'a"8M stprf o pm Minds. Lus at colors may be hard to Charm, is smile grsful
"'" Inneatis were e0largedo ...e t t ....as a a ewpro--n e ...... o~~, r this reason, the one or twh complement the next season. poure and a warm- marr are
toth. ..setwo, prop .0 a Pol lplture. isemnt esesr eem wllm Perforated harMdbr ,suits ought to last and last an A ood brown can be as serv- sujet to fe ravages of ll.
f to.h.eb e two, n~ apa pt.. fsli p ._oto '. .... ... .. eat1nue .o be becoming. An aeble as a good warm gray Clothes and air in apht~grap
Se rides in Japan stillboard oti L spaeA 1 added value is something in a And it might be a refreshing date u but they eant
more tg to thedslay.. Vshe vypaperboard (orthey cou 1 maw
.." addmed rew t i m e .,a, arrage onin rbod or helves cl el -color that will accessorize easily age from thosetoo-safe safe deyry whi is essetiali- bu.
*n r t |petOls t ho 34 ,M1dd .on perforated ardboard, ~A from year to year. Startling un r s. tiful.
.s Ottn I.f, the vacation s mai ome shiny shovel from the c ,.
It y. r ..vac . ..sand pail add interest to pinned,
tri o l W 6I .up snapshots of your beach t*.
rC~ae aliof inWar An AWAI aVieW of a city or soove-
with the route you followed airs could do the same for metr-
''"( 0' marked in red. MoUat the MAPpolitan vacatioans. BY MURS. MURIEL LAWRENCE worried about something that's
cmati ci2ize on Bristol board of a heavy SCENE: My workroom. I'm at comea ut Bh
& l & e ofritlbar fa ev AWa .About school?
board. 'I .. . . . .. . .
"eta mo rlpie iny typewriter when the teIe- Alan: No--about Butch and me.
...R..T. liv ,, c be the .. phone rings. Lifting it, I am greet- It happened the Other night. When4
R-MARKET Ali. .ve ~ --d by the voice of Alan, a young got home, Jane told me some W.
iai s o s o us b.1'father we know; home-town friends of hers were
r epoulb ~l Alan: Am I interrupting? here for a -onvention and were
we a -r "t Ih: It's all right. How are Jane dropping in for coffee after din.I .
e alftebed tod eI..,,o matter and and Butch? er. Iblew up. I felt .Icounidn't V.
unkp a v ...a.Tt- . "...oetang a b. ____s ae._ Me, I'm a little survive anr e f anybody'
,~~~~ ~ b 4 W-- ,' -f a b g in t i um e f o r th eD v e r y. e I W O h i g h 'sc h o o l r e m i n isc e n c e s.g a B utv u~ w m m a . m . - - .. . n l n s c o o e m m s e n e u t C
eit l-t c a r "tful nation on aw after a shower, things looked
INWsaptowde telrgeCa a nw a m alMedtaccessories thatBbmaeawcr dif ferent. Teepeople ca mea-
sof appowder isnew allpak 1i d c countcovertomthemetal ow wicer Indiana -Doris Day **;,h oop m
..1r"togh it -- pcturcoradfiJ t;hedinm Ajutaltor It ndiandmy son told one of the wonl-
a &"% w or so o.of Allcradleedeon eadin. tojust t.el T 0Visit For East en what Id said.
Soe l ike a nowuaia 1:b Tattled on you eh?
an the pyramias ot Io-'removed for ekay washing. EVANSVILLE, Ind. '(UP) Alan: Butch betrayed me -
b .Ms, IONI:ven &yo uDoris Day will go with Indiana that's what he did. I overheard
SHuck FinnHoliday A neat new chest for Babby's University's "Belles of Indiada" him telling one of the women all
who have the.-ateor. re anintal toys, and there are many vocal group to Korea and Japan about how Daddy had wished his
r" wou.L tis we rF r Kids ,orea of them it Baby's under a fear, this summer. But this Miss Day mother's home-town friends would
.moratimesWe NEW YORK *(UP) Theis minde like a miniature circus is not a singing actress in Holly- stay there.
%,aleme u Haelleberry in type o vaca- cage on wheels. 'There a r e see-. wood movies; se Lives in Evaas-!
-ties can- do mre--- h=arm thronh bars on all four sides.I ville and plays the string bass. 1: You did wish that.
S'tl that a to Isa- Te finish is smooth enamel for' Alan: Holy Cow, wha. reason is
S.i. aon tfat tome -tyreS the SB easc y sitting O ff. l ought to be sturdy. Many very that for a kid to broadcast his
_we l'n te coa "l,,y vatse 6 schools in California young Babies enjoy turning the family's private business?'
"OU" Vol t rwt *roIn to d "ichign. Man testi sg Bables. ffldlages or "playing house" with I1: What did you do about it?
i P auum The vacation where "children ..A.114 cao ish a relAef. A c.e.l books. Alan: I told Butch that I had
something s rsm wild feay- n is aharlm of if i i olen dish I lost trust in him lu's barely
S. othr Iised t cardboard milk car ken to me for itwo ays. Last
1651o t1 ni e eight, Jane spoke 't oimra abo ut
'k ansmao ltIM WN two: le a year. The1make al his stubborn tlitude-end what
.0at 6. =t weto dou t hk e s id? uHe'admit-
b oo m.00 8 a nyda W o n e -f--te dh"sV" 'tobt m I o.u r"e .
S.oft th.s. was gettgpaid o. It ses,9 1. Itlo
.Of a toddlein a in lta b-l that he was pretty blttur at me
"WoE b.llas i.rIIae for not takhi* him to the zaoo
lik ast Sunday.-who
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Wap NE YR P sUa's Ala ( a ~ p~ase): Are 9r'..5 e
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) "AEpl stic ofSylvan Yel. The program wvas uap red i? the Ft. Amtlor and t./CaPyton
low F;ver i" lhe Apparent Ab. OfleCNr Wives' Chib
.sence of Presently Known Vector..
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a "b m "" b lJT LACOLBT Trp nd Pedr GS hdo. ,, The officers Wives Clubs of Fort Amador and Tort Clayton
SGIR 41 (NGAGMEbNyT d tS Virus, h-eld a fashion show d teAt the Army-ftvy Clu 6n Wedne.-
ml3 IL Col of Di has hae an- ha v t 1 uccafg- l vent were 'p.de E: % ia E. Coffey, C..
ogg et o heir dghter, Judith L, to fie.gr and 'scien- ,. r ,. L. o,
befan tChe bMs O Sey. gmour ando ne Wa hburn..
es been se M t for the wedding. d Mrs. 1P. D. Muler. of the Fort AmIador Club, intro-
.... S-W n-- W duoedM 7..It. D06," ?det tof the ,Clayton Club, who
on rd f h ,_ Sth do,'elt tse BAlbo aU- gave a running cOmpsenta during the show. .
on Friday evening in the Gatui n Church, meet at 7: p. Mrs. L. C. McGarr drew the lucky tickets for the door prizes,
Sun QAurcii o m. tomorrow, t home of Mrs. which were won by Mrs. G. W. Higgins of the Amador Club and
SA 'recepen will follow the cerui. Dtl w Hart6ed, crr Street, M Mrs. B. OtBeG s ot-he Clayton Club.
T _"-". -of the Cathe. y as theU chn rDen an Balboa 2 treet Hostesses for this well attended affair 6f ne ly 175 members
T"aW t i Morris AU trnedM o1t o bride and Balb and ues were: Mesadome R. V. berry, R. erndon, W. R.
I tn ofl g m an corishy Ivited. Mrs Vance Howard is o-host Homish and R. ,T. Rastetter, who capably arranged for the dell-
^^amy, t n -.uI mll The bride's water, Miss uanielle e, and Mrs. John Boswell will close tea and refreshments.
Cit. ,e p.S.A|i sp M s Templeuerpach of now ur aie th d. oafl l Attractive. decorom were prepared by. Mesdames K. F.
y a otf- g.. r a o Mrs. Frank Lp wi tlk about Brown, J. M. Collina, J. L. Frink and C. Le.revre.
I ia ,Of betiN ns 1 e will act as best man. Ushers w colored slides.
paW t; b ice w r urs eost m U rw coloredid cured a film from PAA-"Orange All Eastern Star ladies are cor-
csrea BvMimOM .MettArgo. Mea tl, e Camera Club Bowl Parade." dially invited to attend this social
4z.r:g t B9.ear Mr. W Ouests are welcome. evening.
bers sop adi to the ps -l aMem Clab 4 The Atlantic Camera Club will -
S e met tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. at Paifle Royal Pa IAWC W Luch
m. Club Mt Hope. Chapter Meet Tuesdayt Golf Clb
Mr J Mw *Men The Balooa Emblem Club The Paciie Royal .Palm 038 The monthly 1eiheon o I the
For Vh o tt k- heht its July bus aes meetng at Proram as follows: Tape re- Club will hold' a monthly meet Inter-Amact W6m's'cub will
x"4ef Pal vh t ttheamImjbehnday evedin X lecture from the Photo- ing at tThAlt G Wa be 't held Ti",-At .0: A the
At nv ',- h-l t. wth D at apresee graphe Soetyf America. "-Pi-e. Tuesday 4t g. 9,
i i ong of Ls Wlastha ab'tce -of oda M nac Photography from the Chi- Members shouldM Ruf Pe- Thier will be entertal gB d
a who is vacationing i te United Viepoint" by Francis Wu; kink, telepheie Baltbp 17, for p door prize. rstinit as be
/ States. lo a ort tape by Rey Mieass, reservations. Imae by eall g .Mrs. iit
SThe resinatlo of Mary Altma F.P..A n toner*. Mrs. Minanie Rudge will be Co albo 147 or cli, aqr
Sco ang cetry wa The Movie Dvision has also hostess. by tomorrow.
S .accepted and bmily Rowe wa
Jk V W e t er s asslffn~- hieA ber-ovecossor. Mrs.
usaIaIrteinrlo of New-Il wiasasaoatbe as a
ar m v; zdrizLday to a:or;otm aord moal
SMr-.Wt,- e ia^ ---o----of hgive IPA
:O e Diable. prsdents.
.. Sa I the orMer Ca. Mrs. Bettly Rathgaber's ame
was draw,. for the zmre howr ..
..at be aboa t them duff
,f be ineseed at As next mee tin
Alt s- Le .i. THE
. d LOOSMarle Gar hta s. ad Emi l
..,4a e the dte for theBASI
si 'November Iwth h" bee et a'
1 4"1 "sI 3%csb C HAS E ANH A T T A
-r a m air wa eted t i i c su
a La .s ch ilof beooit T* llaw: A
Betty Hateett, _pen moaey
C ,We Canby, treasure Ae t -tt .
Smee cu ea ~ .iwso Heed Office: 18 Pint Street, New York
the f U C a . MUmber reIral Bepesit Isuranic Corporaton
mIr i al ~l. MSI sm og
who he R a Ri lle we n te
C" *am ofbe 7% ba o k"" wIrdt STATEMr NT' OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1955
to to L o w....
.. ..S.__. '.: *-- "'. RBSO Lt0JCES
the Ca C~~ C .h- Due from Baks, . . . . $1,808,126,21
.01 aArM f theU. S. Govenment Oblidtion .. . ,62,671,157
a Toagleus Meda h ; tu Scr"tMutnicipal and Other Securitis . . . 577,610,042
0 i7:P A.I ,to ev. Mort * * * * * 133,444,436
,s ", o P Loss . . . . . 3,106,360,183
ey Ffs '.twal faCa. e. Aicrue Inerest Receivable . . . . 18,242,167
COtd es' Acptance Liability . . . . 95,103,893
.. 'BAkiaHouse5 . . . . . . 57,388,430
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FOR SALE
Housebold


FOR SALE: 3-cusholen beige
friese hide-a-bed couch $60.
Phone 3-5341.


FOR SALE: "Prigidealr refri-
gester, enamnl finh, 60-eyele
$7S; double Simmons bd com-
plete with slip covers, drops.
etc. $50; double bed $30; two
single folding beds $20. all com-
lotef with matrifs; mahogany
W.ining roem et with buffet
15I0; else stepladder, porch
chairs, steel tables. fen, Rattan
.chir, etc. Apply: Mr. Road's
Shalet, asphalt Mrd, oppeslte
entrance Lions' Colonies Infan-
I'. iles, Trmsilthmlan Highway,
.lrhotion Las Cumbras, 15 min-
S from center Panama.
SALE:--Modern living room
aurnitere; eno large sofe, two
Very comfortable albolw chlain
and three small teaimr. CHlEAP
Avea. Peru No. 79, from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE:- English radio. 60
cycles, table model, perfect con-
dition. CaM Paenma 3-6072
evenings.


FOR SALE:-Co iplete modem
upholsterOd living reem. blonde
mahogany dining room, bedroom
set. baby bothinOtte. chifforobeo.
All exquisitely made. in excel-
lent condition. Call 3-2739.


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I FOR SALE: Seml-outmatie
washer, emcllent condition, 25-
cycle. Phone Claleo t I13.
FOR SALE: Pretty Haywrd
Wakefield maeio couchair 2 hes.
rebles, twin bd coil spring,
frame. Reasonable. Panamae 3-
601O. Kline.
FOR SAL:-
bed and werdr; e"t m -
Parque Lefere. 1st Street # 9.


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$10; platform eRI.c ton
I $20. Phone 2-.117. 561 Hoe-
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NON-FICTION
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne
Morrow Li ndbergh
TE POWER 07 POSITIVE
T'1noIIUNG Norman Vincent
Peale
A MAN CALLED PETER-Cath-
erine Marshall
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Upper Michigan
Workers Produce


A- DETROIT -(14')- Workers in
Michigan's upper.peninsula are as
much as 10 to- .per cent more
productive than .those of some
other areas, according to a report
by the Michigan Society of Indus-
trl Realtors.
e report attributed the, efed-
aInqess of the workers 'to1 "a-
ability to changing pedae-
tion methods and excellent atti-
twles toward their jobs."
It also credited workers' loyalty.


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FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:- enemmiel tronm.
portatim. Cell Navy 352 far
1951 Studeaker. Originl own-.
ar, agood condition.


FOR SAIk: 1946 Cedllac,
fully equipped, hydrametlc, new
battery. good tim, cleen, excel-
lent endition and ready to e go,
$425. Mr. Irvin: Office 3-
0358; Home 3-4179.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmobile
sedan, hydrametic, radio, heet-
er, good ties, $750. Fort Davis
87-428.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
4-doer sedin, 2-tome, by-drive,
back up ihtfi, idleo, s el a x
Sgls I a ., turn indicator lights,
1000 miles. Phone 5-2523 PpP .

FOR SALE:- 19 55 Buchk Ca


25-3 1 .4 p. .7 .1


FOR SALI.tA 9 TW l Super
Riviera, Dynmflow, fully equip-
pod. Secrifie., CoNH -2739.


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FOR SALIE-L950 Plymoith 4-
door- sedea, exwlleat condtlen,
good time, one owner. Albroek
86-6177.
FOR SALI-i1952 Morris Minor
convertible.. nw top and bet-
tery, good, paIt, tires end me-
chanical cendiiem $700 or best
cash offer. Coil Bealbe 2710.
FOR SALE:-1951, Vord Custom
V-I. Fordomatic. fully equipped.
white sidewalH tire. excellent
condition, one owner $675.
Phone. 2-1617. 541 Hospital
Read. Coroal.
FOR SALE:-1949 Pentlec Tu-
der, four new tires, rode, god
condition $400 cash only. Tele-
phone Panama 3-0595..
FOR SALIs 1950 Mercury.
Good" condition. Will sell to
highest oiwdder. 31-A For Fan.

1 Position Offered.
WANTIEI ertendse. Must
speat bInish and Enlelb. De
ever 40 yea. Bdany eremoneos.
Residease armIided. Apply Jo-
din Trepleal, heqerre.


AfckraCies Cope

Xn Ttu OUImna


4 Wit the co -
i pr'ipeli tinf with a set
sAct which had led a sh
life. .
The insects had been kept-a.t
oonetant temperature of 80 d ,
Fahrenheit for three generatIo.'
They then were asubjacted to
changes lower than S0 degrees but
they simply compensated for the
change and went right on existing.
And the younger the cockroach the
better it adjusts to new surrouMd-
ings, the doctors added.

Now Report Cards
Home To School!
STOW Vt. -(UP)- School e

part q 10d*u n P

return to sO wta spe r
ort from their parents It Covers
ae membership, use 6f leisure
time, and health habits.
Parents submit the report twice
during the school year as part of
a three-way report system devel.
oped by a committee of parents,
students, and teachers. The school
rortsa on scholarships and eiUthei,
ship each nine weeks of the school
ship each nine weeks of the schnal
ship each nine weeks of the sceoal
term.
The system is designed to wgi
af: over-all picture of each stu-
dent's individual development dur-
log the school year.

An Old Customer
MEDFORD, Mass. (UP)-Le.
uor storc clerk Richard Dyer, 53
didn't blink.an eye when a gut-
aw, threatened to "blow his braiB
out." Dyer wearily handed ,-W
his money. It was the thrd- time
to. a month he had boean heldMup-
oIk am ue n bandit.

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.OSALiA.--250 bhiming er.-
a s pnts, to0 vedole. NO.,
,Wl. Ei EANAMA NUHRSJRY, .
',. werdey. SOetuqys 7-3
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S i: -- A.K.C. Cker i
W p-ulprsed pp. 4 males.
52. Quartf 151-A.
oFat slck.
.OR$SAL Upright pano .
ifeouqdtinon st reesonwble
pr 701. 7 4th Stret, Clse,;
S? AL -Two pieces ldies
liugge, caellant condiliaon
or V f| "t 4ay)
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.. bingry Chinch Mu1g
e ing- your "avn. Wee
ndi.iee.k end op lawns
e' m"'end healthy. Sold by Flor-
ieulteuy Nacional. Phone 3-
4W:"_.Com ,are to bell Va.


ATTI#** 46 1 Jut4 uil
modern furished warrtments, t,
2 bka u. hot colM weot.
Pheo mmPam 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Fbmishd ,d i..n-
Imra bhd 2 and 4-urn mede
apeatmeat. Contact AL4AM,-
IRA APARTMENTS, 10it StE*
IPes 13i6 Cleop. .
FOR RINT:- FurnishedM -IppWf.
Jmet. Via Poras 99. Phes. 1-
2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished, Ume
ent as unfurmished during va-
caetin until Noev. I, two bd-
reao cool, quiet street. El Cen-
enio. 3-2887. ,
FOR RENT:-2 oaprtmemt: liv-
inl-dining room, private bath-
room. Marine Arosmene St.,
rar. Phone 2.2037.
FOR RENT:-Apartment in re-
cently constructed building: one
bedroom, living room, bath,
kitchen. Pueblo Nuove. Infor-
mation: Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Large luxurious
furnished apartment, unique lo-
cale right on the water front.
Can only be seen by appoint-
ment. Phone, in the mornings,
2-2217.
FOR RENT: Big apartment,
14th Strest Son Francisco. near
Belisarie Porras Ave. Phone 3-
3905 or 2-3340, Mrs. orcla.

FOk SALE
.Real Estate
WE BUY, Sell and Manage Real
Estee. "Thi Imperial Eagle,"
Cathedral Plaeo. Panama. Tele-
phone 2,-057.
FOR SALE: Chalet: 3 large
bedrooms, 2 baths, living and
dining rooms, lerge parch and
dinette, maid's. room, hot water
connectloun. 1600 meItears of
land. Pones 3-4637 from 9 to
S12 and after 6 p.m.


SaL t th Intr-Ameri-
ca Highway, we black from
the cealno. Interested party write
Butler 5065, Cristowlh.

WANTED
Houses
WANTED:-Unfurlshed chalet,
2 or 3 bedroom and porch.
Comps Alegr, El Calnrejo, Bel-
la Vistl. Phone 3-6020.


Froshile Danger

Of Propane C(led
CHICAGO -(UP'-- Severe frost-
*iWte can be caused by exposure to
propane, a combustion engine fuel.
Propane, increasingly used by
farmers in tractor engines, is
stored as a liquid in a pressure
task. Two physicians said in an
ad jn.l Journal of the Ameri-
en Modica Associatiio 'thif when
pressure is released, propane
changes from a liquid to a gas,
producing a freezing temperature
of-44 degrees below zero.
'The two doctors, G. B. Hubbard
and Leand M. Johnson, of Jalksin,
Tenn., urged that users of propane
fuel be told of this possible danger.
They reported on a case of a
farmer who hands were exposed to
the gas for p few minutes while he
was fueling his tractor. Four fin-
getrad to be- amputated and skin
,tb* applied although he was
frsated'an'hour after the accident-
al pmosure. .. *


"ntNZ SED":

g romance poightry, ipectdcl, s.ark hit in
CiemaScope with stor-powere'd asft, opens Tudsddy
at the RLLA VISTA Theatre!


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MDINEAPOLIS --(UPI- A p
liceman lectured eiemeetay e
children r Teesly -a traffic a
and told them to npat anyl
violatEne e dsloag to ptIM
pal's of--ca lb fi t .I


RESORTS


WILLIAMS' San. Clam leach
Cefages-Rockesrmfrigeratioe,
2 b drems. Phone Balboe 1050


. T's- COTTAgfE. On. mim
I' N Lra. mm5. Puaema


Pane Panama 3-1877, Crdle-
tel 3-1673.

Gramlich's Santa Clara BIchk
Cotages. Modern convenieaces,
moderate rates. Phone Gambee
6-441.


(Bnoh(BInej


By UNITED PRESS
The rise of retailing in Ameriea
from' peddlers to palaces is the
general theme of The Great Mer-
chants by Tom Mahoney (Harper'.
The history and workings of twen-
ty famous retail enterprises are
considered ranging from the A. &
P. and Sears Roebuck with sales
of four and three billion dollars a
year respectively, to Tiffany's, the
New york jewelry store, and
L. L. Bean, who at 83 has a two-
nfillion-a-year mail order sporting-
goods business at Freeport, Maine.
Macy's-New York is crediteJ
with being the largest store in the
world, closely followed by J. L.
Hudson of Detroit and Marshall
Field of Chicago.
The J. C. Penney Company,
with sales of a billion dollars
through 1,650 stores, is listed as
the world's largest seller of soft
goods. Filene's of Boston is "the
world's largest specialty store."
Invention of installment selling
is credited to the Singer Sewing
Machine Company which has pi-
oneered it throughout the world.
The book also covers Neiman-
Marcus, Lane Bryant, F. & R.
Lazarus of Columbus, Ohrbach's,
Brentano's, Bullock's, I. Magnin
of California and Rich's of At-
lanta.
While the author asserts Ameri-
can stores are the best as well as
the biggest, some foreign retailers
are credited with unusual enter-
prise.
Harrod's of London, biggest in
the British Isles, in addition to sell-
ing food and clothing arranges fu-
nerals, sells real estate, insur-
ance and theater tickets, provides
entertainment and hires out
servants.
SGalleries Lafayette in Paris pro-
vides a day nursery for children
of employes.


Bids will be received in the of-
fice of the Supply Direter.
Commeilsry Diviion at Mount
Hope, Canol Zone, until 10 a.m.
Tuesday, Angust 16, 1955, when
they will be opened in public.
for fweishinl 4.200 fat beef
stoon, from September I 1955
through August 1. 1956. Invi-
titleo for id Form,s. with full
particles. may be otbained in
the office of the Supply Director,
Balboe Heights, or of the Gener-
of Manager, Commissary Divi-
iadn. Mount Hope, Canal Zone.

PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS
ITEM$ FOR SALE
Sealed bids, forw penaling pub-
lie, wiH be received until 10130
.m.,, July 29, 1955, In tWhe of-
fice of Suprinttndoe of Store.
hoWNes., s fee bor sesam,
W clock, paint *pray gun,
.itrie heater for paint mixing,
Sh satem O ngino Indiateons,
leto oeek, ketoI for paint.
bleepot, devmplinl, draftingg,
point. grinding, point miKingg
ai .lumblecl. aoin mat muehme,
pointing prou, seeh, point
ey tank, haId *nd were-
bIe bu tk hMeloed at h*ldog
N. Indluostrial Divison Aro,
Iathsa. Invaitatn No. 192 may
be obhtlned from the lbove
e e., telephone 2-1815.i

FOR SALE: Communletlons
roMder Halicrefter. 5403, ox-
ceedit conditop. .,ill preW.
a..; b.-i30 p.m.

SSALh Fai -f.. -all
s 2 with i tnlpd -H ittnm
.eltric Irones. Mror ue
,cuffing m'd7 Sa t75;:
B 4-dr. sedan, r~i.u--u der
Plann, Bel. 2394.- 77-C,
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Kirk Douglas instated on eating his etoeor wmer t* in aW
hlM He wanted Dians Doumlas.s, a. plam -a Mi
fgl e Indian khter." But Douglas proved be was Z
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The Mitsukoshi depart-
ment, store in Tokyo, foundation
of the Mitsui family fortune, even
supplies brides and grooms
through a government marflage
bureau in its building. "Many Jap-
nose literally owe everything -to
Mitsukoshi." writes the author,
!'and would never dream of shop-
ping elsewhere." . .
Samuel Eliot Morison is a noted
marine historian, with an especial
interest in Christopher Columbus.
Chrisopher Columbus, Mariner
(Atlantic Little, Brown), is the
third book he has written cover-
ing all or part of the famed dis-
cove:er's life, and perhaps the
most easily readable it was
written specifically in the hope of
reaching a wider public than Mor-
ison's comprehensive prize-win
niig biography. Admiral of the
Ocean- Seas.
Any schoolboy knows that Co-
lumbus discovered America, but
comparatively e w Americans
knqw about hi later voyages or
the fascinating contradictions of
charaoter.that make him such a
rewarding subject for the biog-
rapher.
Morrison bas not only read fust
about everything there is in print
about Columbus; he has retraced
most of the famous Genoan's jour-
neys in sailing ships about equal
in size to tlre Santa Maria, the
Pinta and the Nina. In this way,
he has been able not only to re-
"cafure somewhat the feelings of
his .llustrious predecessor, but to
confirm sone of Columbus' ob.
servations bat had been chal-
lenged -by what the author con-
temptuous calls "armchair ad-
miral aIaUl ary navigators."
A MHtoY of Clviizatio. by
Crane r--lhton'in eallabration
with Job -.- Wlato d-r BK Rob-
ert .Wolff ( -Ret .aU Tb-ls a
bitious iwork attempts to- reIz
the 'stor.otna- fromet hirarlfrt
traces todhe Mb's, I2 tVOv0_
umes the story unfolds fr N -
tore recorded history through
Egptian, Greek ang Roman times
mwih side glmp of what was go-
*g. aBsintmulHncM 1 im Asia.
This history is tncerned more
with the larger. e al develop.
i io.t sts. v
tod %Vera^.* Wfybut
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amed! OBERT ST' after a to Mt'he following Is rapftnted
ooya, Japan: "They've had a creative from the New York. Times dated
culturee for so many years that June 28, under the heading:
him. Pocaltotas and 3ohn Smith seem |"Thbeater, A Colnical stSty of
nnfa current as. Eddie Fisher and Sex:" s.


gomaery ift all of whom IJunMd: Debbie Reynolds." --
to movie'utee4om from New Ybrk ,_, .,, B LEWIS N
dramatic circles: JANI SPAIGE, who left moves By LEWIS FUNE
,rm ,. ... i. e and to star on Broaway ".Thc It is not at all unlikely that
maybeJPajama Game": "Now that the
J""5 t*e Ia h^t I'm w gto there still are those who will
.. tpay sas itn.m willing to cn f4i tessa onde" indigestible
naD f.r L eepIA '- indn t n. etw. eThi s should otr be- oonsi erted
NnPA '_ig. a wr.4 pI c r d. ol- m i n myro s unusual. In-fact. it would be so-
blone i # to make' as much s they est the fact cially and medically normal. It





at' 'a Theel bl ay B and w ee thnelre lee
l that I .m haand i ct ak. perso ity has been giving people trouble
*V ,, i, that ppre Into ypdlAn ing."evero trsince ia hur Scmi tzner
L-S C *m.appre. m wrote it under the- title of "iRel-
atm w lo aS e tme n UE "'Mvie resen" at the turn of the century
paid $ week'ss rent in agents had' nightmares when the ar i e ie
baris and' Itt, nemfour lays." tar like me qjoyed raising ros- sav ory.
.DALE goE N.te fte es. .One of them told me' 'W.e'l In the early Twenties, when
watching his thre yearoldatell the public you rowpwies It finally was ut on the stage In
pla Watl to is like tak- Thatcle Sam spent morid, suesthan 30- Bern andVienn, thee son of a great
Ea l -& i s &fl tI s."he t ve ring tor a-, B ut I stildngsow assorted difficulties and, indeed,
.osls." New Yorkers will remember Its
oser acltesnt include la recent tribulations a a film. On-
DEA A IN after hs last toma naion lya decision by the United
ro appearance tour with rkthis advanced state to view it.
of ~~a y.ea es The Depart 'entt.. .. I far as the stalled hs concerned,play a
ordctor The aute you uow owns the t l, com there ha, bunot been a public per-
1000,b r So t anl. res over h. l. The blank was canceled lastha
.. IOWA .aj'WA INGTON, -(UP)- More night by a first-rate perform-1
I w .alle-e sh0 ; t h -per -1 o -0 nation's land ance of the play in a version by












and a rl o me pe r 4 ya iL i with sort o ..m. tdo make you
Sob. iss ul't bo venWhet. Eric Bentley at the circle in the






an ht lhe ad 'We read Thisinf -mormai was vthan 40.- Squmar In areenwich Vimpellaged by one






Matsete Xtrican actresses lke gress in a'General Services AenIha of the elemental Terees.
my Mrilyn e don't hetrato0 cresn thvey, Adaconir nenal. Ltructurally "La Ron d e"may not bears
ay ha toh he was ited States are unederal federal aer for your Aun Minnie to thes cn-
rit that I WJasn't Ruth Romank inventory since 1927. Hereadof the game oft is a series of-
h bee l to destroy will be kept vup to datetating part of the truth.e f
dam bai I iS io e his friend" Uncle Sam spent more than Ou prehnltzler, the son of a grer-t
uAaSEaMOUR BERNS, TV director- for hlad, buiingsan. physician, f practiced medicine













assigned to R.d Skelton's show TEACHER LOSES life in the Vienna of the Eght--
nex other facte-n ncludi mad but I love ng land or a wNineties, anre te scientific.
him the funniester his uman the public omain natonl appoac, the clean cut the
personal'appewoarance." tour with parks and forests, he said.y seurgeon's of prol, resonly too ev-
e vlWis:."Everyone 1ou meet; ident.
td'ree -f t ant obeproducer1 iThe Departihent ofthe Interior Schnitzler called his play a
or director. They all tell you bnowwns thn of a iet.oiit land 0,00 comedy, but even as he wrote
Ru MN, acres over hC1 1 .e total. -The that description he muant have
I Wnt a ll linnri se wth 4. perc. the eye. usLa onde" bands hardly the
wooand ,.a s oalesgir toildes-m eD-_- er.SS Is tcen .. withsort ofcomedy to make you
|r o6w e .bled Ruth R oma, but. 5.2p '. -. laugh. It is sardonic, pitle mss and
Ibctbebet. enh. penetrating in its study of the







S.... ', s Playwright, the playwright
that senxy aZ actesses likes I pesa 'a-eneral Services in- adof the elementalhe forces. s and
voW adA XMr-h Mproe don'tistratioi survey, Adair exilaln . Structurally, "La Rondo" bears
weay"bra .! togh.er-she was It was the first federal reol estate little resemblance to the con-
r4K.' tht Iwas't Ruth Roman. iinventory since 1 627.Hereaftfr, it ventional play. It is a series of
Whjvnmdd I be the pd to destroy; will be kept up to date, he said. ten episodes-ten dialugues, if
a beautiful ill s'on?' ,you prefer-in which' ten per-
SEYMOUR BERNS, TV director ions, from various stations of
asined to Rid Skelton's show, TEACHER LOSES ,- life in the Vienna of the hight-
next.. ISO:"Hewasmad but I love'sen Nineties are-involve
him$ "me'4 the funniest human! .DETROrr (up).-e N ts.o e l
b= the world." Miles, a high .teiool -k - By a series of progressions. the
D ANDREWS, the only onedidn't know wh. )9er. cycle comes round to the initial
of .,r who doesn't abve or unhappy .Whn episode, thus: -The 'soldier and
at, 'reef .dnts, Rlchad- aS the streetwalker, the soldier and
"me. fst prize hin .te the parlor maid, the'parlor maid
They think I'm tkl qted-uf un. -on of a.p*O't :W _.' m. and the young-gentleman, the
educated. "V .Miles' e war young gentleman -and the young
:- :"- . -. wife the younu wife and her
._ w - husband, the husband and the
ni7. 'LACOIlittle miss, the little ross and
to.,.-. the playwri ght, the playwright
p.. `.j? and the actress, the actress and


'AL1V Muc It m

NY Ployanhl
.world , Aor, or hep 1-, "u .. ... All
V 6rentanote it so
lonn" for love sathe even BOSTON -r(VP)- Want t
i tIoeks- ,l0t; Alfred Mar- how mucht at autqmolile of
m ak J as th ue m _JV rtical is costing?
i JVr a seC -'husbard, and 0. Wod fhis
.....-, 'penMetratng playing ef the dig- 1The MIslachusetts Divli
__ Billed c 8 m:-dze o. V4_ final, the AAA layt it works like
analysts I-' sno bmAd by the allow $1.5 a day, plus 3%1
he-count and finally the count same human Impulaes as even. per mile you drive. That o
nd the streetwalker of the ort* the lonely army man. wt l1 5 y de .T ,c
final cene . i wi .55 day and 3.% ee
: If "a Ronde" by its very na- mile of just one year ago.
In each the pdtternIs the ture has,a tendency to pall ajnd
ame. he game' goes atong ac- become repetitious, it heverthe-, "Of course," said the d
ording to th rules. Firt,_t e less consistently m anages to'I "other factors, such as the.
I the e. ItonI. Involving..$h perk up with one of Its incisive ual motor lts' I riving
retenaes, teawkwardness, the observations. It does not present '_eand the type of t
agerneas of laBlon. Then comes an especially pretty pleture. RBut ad th.e type o.f
be consummition, ad; finklly it does present a fascinating in which he travels, will
he wearintea and the.distaste. one. his driving f costs "


Schnitaler cut the detais fine,
unmasked all the little vanities
and the foibles, and with a 0By-
aician's cold approach took ',n
moral positibn, s ll, even'he
oud not refrain once r twice
from. feeling the panes of sad,
ness over the whoea masquerade.
If an audience comes away with
a sense of the emptiness of mere
physical love, It may be that the
good doctor so intended.
Under Jose QuinterQ's deft and
understanding direction, the cast
moves brightly through the play.
The essence of the satire is trapr
ped and distilled, each episode
has its individual character and
flavor. In a uniformly good cast
it might be unfair to single any
one individual for special prqae.
Still acknowledgement must be



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^1 aderi returning from inyof year-old chestnt son of Pappat t-eOrrPgnc B0i1 Douds. Tt @74 Macutve a '000 102u01- 10 0ti
with u s te the 7 d0o parse offered inhe f a d th. .8 .- t. !e-. tlxed tat bm .. .'.) _.t tBuru u- av00es0 .
sevebooting. tes. two furlong Speal" out where the Juan Franco ._ "" a eble tot oi him 1t, t. E 7 0



S- d by Alfredo V a s*away to score by five lengths, e te barred dtown a a W e
who replace this afternoon. .of run. .. whi ty kept a -. I. h i i. -



II- ,, Turgot wa_ an easy scond. 3rdB ,_e C .ad D Naive 1. ,. ,Po-- .,.o ol, Cle-- : t people at O.ford, J d.e w. ,,*' .
Sroup. Bla Agrre who wa front of Ko. Sraun wu r who ter
STd Lexdeal Sunday w hen fourth and uasqua bad lat-Chepanta B. Bea -I lowl 41 wa way ort t n ie' not at rttp
M& afhed by favorite starring nth bed upern. DoGr 110 goohape 3 moe toaton Rotary ...Little p.e pai 0 to. 1 0
an lea. Nextaru Nt will be Bra-n hore which returned tYea mini us- 4-Vain Darling J. PhYOlps 110 fnor, oh Gtet tM e t" .(8 te de at ) ?o s, ti 'd t i1ii.9
Ia 4 ro in ae s riddlee. A pacesetter Turot until he goty ha sp R w tw ahead- w-V0JJoh =. T. -" " WRm.i n.
a__ro^, ine the 3111111 Alba- ... tir yea. Go- o g.W'.U@ .. 5a By in it he told of and das yeaq.
Sre, covered s o dt- alongside then rated the four- . --- the tarted omeMar ndl 2 (12 and ., k



f- ok A o the Fm.-"h Jlustln. e , IA Pool Cle : -:oM" a.008),oAjr-a (18), 0 -
der, returning from a layoff year-old chestnut son o Pappo, D-eni bok prb LeagueGa." e f)
*t s Oe scheduled to do ,,no i-rlindretta In hand un- 1--(Rl.T r u A. ._ 1 Douds. 1 them, b qxeI d P eumb e .,s a m"ui i- {g -
Sa ble fith ctori, wa furlongs out where day's Maietta Youel of Lo, Abgelee Ch o u300b000e001-4 f1 oa (g ) o.r
t events Stout saddle e P g him his head and he pulled 1-Newmnhter).-1 oday Deni Rito ad Coht dfein't see what's o bard about Ph elph 10 x-5 o2 l1 (111.
sarge Boyal 2 date have48ba bt, 18 glov r LL . fula the Harun- Andre(3), Davi* '5) (kepWt atg 44 ap
u ch bhe di Turot was an ends: Second.l 8r urvajd i tane dpite rider 4o 1 ,u watchers masks and 1 le at oxoed i d., '-
when he wa ren andn y U nd up seven engthsa -o M t 81 of catching eipment. It.get ioned a decision. . t (7).LP-Hac- Bal 0 more 00010000-3
bard a Gond fourth and uaya V R Jocap undke was a simpe 'not talking about ome 7. Bank s (24), e001
t e a mark a e wi w pay of r o i-Marianona S7.80, 4.60. s 1-Ch pants Bes 06 y 5-1 operation on Malettar end-but O overanlous parent. . They ye ic (9), maey (5). W28 4ri h10 oaore sm)
I Mer 'i Co ante dis M the pappa lynn was one of three 3-Me Ye 120 lt 1 hr a plty' St. Loula 000-1 5 on
. I t week ar kit even w Charmnh Prince .11.40, 5.80. theVGenallecrc ,"Mao ek's Question: A runner on Pittaburgh d 100004 d x-5 11 0 rWrand Io ar Ph W0 e Reatt
en moey rings. -mum payoff olmar .20. The oth .e "A ad B" Nt verg 7 Pool Clo : took e better to Alicaer starts to t r b () an arni Donoso (2-3) and .(




r too, e t a rea 3McoroncllnoDa8.e .,. MAY 1 this I.. time nDatis d o* th 3bum into the =mpir as he do hpard. LPArroyo (10-4). .)
S omit e, were the highly rated Alb( a- H -toraed *108, playsias O er 4 .-. al 2 ( 1,





o raf eevinairtla btinDa. a(ite aheads a0JobsaL Ttoad trim.orP-. lde (24). LITrackknyhn
at i 're xden= omid lso _trdo and the native prospect -d,, 110. Mon ery Sd V.o Anweort he runnster muat ad 2 ( a 1





e mo rofof thepr 2-8lerra VelludJ 19. __ woplodC to know why anybody tur =6 tirst base. The ball was
webs hsfore the Fourth tta e a Fe-el Cleses :h fa i ir doe Stars Performa
g an 8% C rles bird as hitting to uight fiel In., a e Aiar (o)._n.toto2
C- l asslc, dste w h I cFb R Guillermo asnchez, -with hr e. .,10 I Ite.....,.0_1
to aor eay victory Ju a t la or Brook Age 108 -RatotSo, isde chaetook his p gue Game.
p asi, show t wettinhh OCipeeriee R.aeome 110 -Not with the aletta. thiY u I of Lorer 10A 1 es .n0 1-4 1 .







i tH ACE 6-Emp.re Malc J. ongo. 115 -Racing to best form 2r1 i
uevet. aI Saddle tr. i--C J m 1 o sf in stretch -1 Today, Denis Ritz AMd _o b Lom t bard Io-- -Phi and Panamanian athletes willsp haa ao 130 010 B
oya.. I ied to. . 0 2.20. e Wildcat. ... 2 , . .. . e uer thAe tOlympic
h e M be a d., 2-Grande Dame B.na lai C despite rider 4-1 three atchchance mas time 1 Bad er ess .... .i4 .2 Anlled. not o boy and Cti Robe t (14-)nght.
en s deV R 4- Tur Lodge B R. 10 x--CN Oul In last -1 of catching equ.....pment........ h3 3 questioned a 1 1 15 ecision.. The Jamaica team of eight
JE H VaesqTuRi.G o is i. S 4-RAmat A. Vasques 10 -Form indicate s I o s_ u .....is A R C a s their coach former Olympico 1 -
rk wil Ai 1-iI-Miatiina $.0, 4.6 0. 5-Matrh V. Rodrigues 112x-Returns from laf 30-1 TUESDAY NIGHTS GAMES Pere ...... 0 print chamon Herb McKenley,
so mn-ll-Mr. otMa 280n 20- -Encachada J. Bravo 1130 -Improv- payoff 3-1 operation on Maetta's end-but It olver-Cam ....arents. T yell 3 arrivc (ed), mane romey (5)
So = A -Nrlthe General fElectric Pi Mal- Week Qulam: A runr opPittsburgh 100004001-5 11 0 ()-aid Lar.1 WP-Trdowel
itee miono 00s th 2ano 44. t "F. P" -o Fel .lose... 3 8:5 e 0tta saysp.m. so sure didn't hav Badger bas breaks for second. The Aro (. under the pon .
.1even mot- LM. D : -Another r80 .2 3.40. 5h oe ""N n ti ves F ey. I took the letter to AlIcatcher starts to throw., ; Total 26 6 M. ad H








.gB ng QUINIELA Bocot ....... .. .. 8 3 17 Balboa C the Stadium Wednes ay and
8#D thia time ad l 1 .sports ...... .. 1 0 1 ntoley t umpire. a 0 0 0 S ptain of h tea ( 1a ) up










she. 1 P peed onl C1 5 :UeSowa. .. .. .. 1 0 0 i Hotall .. . * 01 twhe broerp 107er bau _one
5,354t1 chB9ancespno C IaI Pchelaet (B.atRn.... --. 10 .ca e 5 eontyoUn ioenmeh-Star. He run a 40 runner reaches SOa
lr _ngrmmr ) $13. 3M-Golden- wo -W boat herd 3-2 .the story nd we raised, $108. plubse Is there r a c
SRas- at II leD A C 4-(Ptlto W pl 120 torm I a lot o equpmnt" s the fielding team reat his bet n with a












Joao w b ...... ..R.... 2 2 14 8 ne 4 j o the 800 meters. forma2- unkaLca.a
l behind lda 0 also 1--Redonditsa $4, 4.60. 5-(BlM.k Gold chance -1 Angtdt mery.. .... Old 0 0 wer: The runner mu 1 Cyntha Ml.
-the major share purse, -Serra Velluda $-. ould i-mp tooney 15 Get ti test .. 1 0 Tonights program:
Th feature iad Pone e dar the -ol L. FUTRC -Better this week Total 23 ad 10 11w-meter hn hbrdf 4M-er relayed (y n) l- W
H eat rink for team- s O reT rCted to h R-Fan R p. 108 P re R ta about Little League ptch ers dead when the catcher and urn) final













I ts f IorSSn a istatirteoner at $31.2 O. 8--( Sabr A. Vasquel 115 -Good tuneups also 41 f f pt t Baalbon O-meter flat (women) fcsals 25 cnt11 dren 15 cents. A
poat reven. Nine ofe s .ub al Stato, Co S. ado .. .. .. 0 1 12 Barbara 10 I eter flat ormnl barga pri ticket which
tive th ee'rillers reaitl-d todan at I $5 .40. t 0 0sn ..... O 3 4 i. nts ao being
-pnogram. bi lant Dancer 1 I-Dark. liking: -1 ,Els C
The -Barg Royal M. a 110 -Fastest at start -1 N ad. M. .. .. .. 2 0 4 Wa2burn 0 0 1 0 I- ht fa on a fmh
uinle 2-Brad A. Yc 108 -Will fight it out1 K and .. .. .. .. 0 0 0 4 0 10 etr flat ( ) fl m
-cdtos amn .es, Fyv ietoi FIFTH RACE 3-Gorecl pt 0. 1O02x -Would pay long odds 30-10 o 0 0
4-P Brook re 10816 -Disappointed in lat .. .... .. .. 0 0 0 0
s--r Ig I-Lexdean Gme114 -Not with this .r-Total 28 3 10 k T
Ste T a s Gongo. 115o -Racing to beat form Theyre violent. Vire... V ul... T
VEDtigo R C $4.40. Basketball PDrUe The track and fild meet be-C
3-Veordia .40 Race "" Imp 7 g ue $ UI Clses 4:05 ELKS LEAGUE STANDINGS teen the visitlnJmac"
1-After Me '$60.0, 3.80, 2.20. Second Mace of the Double Won Lott and Panamanian anhleymsl
3--Lifeboat 40 21-rn Wildcats .............. 4 G chanc get underway at the Ol
-Pio-arande Dame B. Agute 115 _-Good chance tis time 3-1 Badgers ........2. a A3 tai"t
Doable: P1.. 2-Turf Lodge B3 Baea 100x-Ran well in last 3-1 Ha0eyes ........... 7 1 1 1
a--Granero M. 4caz 106--houldje dose up Waivera..... 1 5 Ruirn...7.1 Te mc am
RIGHTS A. V 1-Form indicates r.& ""M Colbert 7...... 7 1 2 15 men and two women, who have
1-AlbalrOss $2.20, 2.20, 2.20. 5-4at v. Roriuez 12- 30-1 Perez....... 5 2 1 12 as their coach former Olympic .
.3-Nossellffe 7--Ta0ma Crlstian 115 -Could get up here 3.-1 :00 p.m. Hawkeyes vs Wol..rit .. 1 arrIvedby
3:00. .riaht... .In s0 p Thursday nigh t.
NINTH RACE 8:00 P.M. Wildcats vs Badgers. stringer ----- 0 2 They are here undet
1-Eric $6, 3.60, 2.20. alTotals 26 6 7 58 orhp of the Panama Physical
YuhRace "H' Natives a. Purem $175 Pool Closes 4:40 Hawkeys Education and Sports depart-
2- -I o h P ro fit $ t3 .80 2 .0 B o BN ativesfg ft p f t 1Balbo m en t an d w ill also a npear a t
QUINIELA -ocot........ 1 3 17 Sab, the Stadium Wedne.iay and
TENTSDole 0 0 000 S 2 0 4 Friday nAChts.
1Pp Vnn202 l--Don Briaido Ac Yasa 110 Fractious at times t-Nahmad, A.2... 1 5 Scott ...... 0 Ounding Jan
1--Pappa 717Mnn $2,3,.20- 2X aUpleat A. Vasque 110 --sI ot in best fo rm 20-1 M lion ...... 10 1 Dolan......0 l0e3, whiO h ing lau ath-
WfitetF' J. Bravo 114 -Notorious quitter K-1 Morris---- 5 1 0 11 piee hich nudllsh
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The tense Altatstr9ewv r flected a uldlt onl both n"Iteit.
T'herP was notalet5 .aentI e li b!unior teo,'s asotbk.. .at,
defeat It wasle. when th Wo*ld :SerieW rolls around, Mr. Ha -
rldge'q circuit *111 be all thp nov w dr'pe1e for mscceam.

THE AMERICAN LEAGUE ASKED FOR IT
Thefe is, an ancient s.vln that if vou nuck around for
trouble. n o are sure to get It. The AL asked for a soek on the
nose, and go it. .
At the eloee of the drxth lania. the AL had five funds and
seven bits. the-'N w~t w thit Iscore. .hld to A"t Mblows.
Mickey Mantle anneared to have made himn.lf the Uero with
a three-run homne off Roboie Roberta in the first Innlng. The
Ameri aLe*ur h4lrAiaefth'hd not over I teUa oh a wild pitch
But anee b R Pieree anti larly Wyn ha turned tn their


three-PItiter t hth relaysd, tue nAL' hurling feinton n pt and
maladrt bhada.


Wh orat:, who fi read ed at tw oaft d wan lied withs and
hblte th4 aait of tha afe merlfflak. a tt bsn
tha e th *u wwibh Woberts had dfptayed In bla M veil stOntI
S owiver. hob, had tall a of eM6 y In w ha to ee -
vdvvt fe Il ycekout mitt-lesa aneMf t< played rerwesen-
taiff *les4.bownas iom Vta aer allani d father ,wa~uud an

| h-d Ua had a minadventure In Washington on Sunday.
I eza4Ite ewiors revived ame of their ancient avidities and

r. WhIteyhad had all of -1ouday In wbich to recover-
Seat..it h. had failed dismally was punctuated
_..i with W eontributing a couple of blows which

WIV* ffl g lrFordaidgt rft the
wi lead o e hadt't a wild
3 f hadn't lefea iW fom Al Kalnte go through him.
wh-, rd. comported himself in the true
the aFurgent ,ed 4. But at the-big mo-
got the notio at 1he could fog a fast


3iTREK MANAGER A STANDOUT
or nor Al Lopes covered himself
melange.
',the t that to shine as a field gen-
efnS1 In 18 not earff'Theilots try to
An aietsomes they find they have
rgddla the Ith Inning, when he had
hto^ i^ even though oeGo Conley wUA
tteof Walter Alston. Leo worked
S of the maor leagues, for mere-

and,, two out, D,,oeher forget a
__afl ieteMr WfeC De-. Te Cab tn ^d

Lor lpe 4by me when, with two on and two out in
lte ne let tired Yogi Berra, who caught the tire gae,
fe the t-hleft NuialL. I would. have bad Shermn Lollar
ub,there. -
If Larry Dobr-had something wrong with a hand he should
not have been pIce. He never got into the game. .
Although the nolitera had not named a sngle Cleveland
played for a starting berth, Lopes put five of his men on his team.
Their cantr utlor boiled down to Wynn's pitebIig. e bleanK-
ed the Nationals in h~a three Iningp with three ns.. ;.
Al fSith and BobbY Avila accomplished nothln, and Rbomn
aeUUQ um w s ad deiot. e s hveye, be left at home
to rest, 'i three day.s. Howevert."h It "w bq. t 1,. .,f .P t


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T2U witchc" or roe cast solves -AA, :5 1 age 0 'Z .i
p-,i lm.I Ina roll cast, the
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aonen to pt thu Bear In mind that you are not I&
go to .ft the back cast mit otueair,
... e.. ....... .. .. i w ,~~.k out about lfeAt of
oA 1ie usinging" hizontal cadt,
marttitoosha it

e a te althwater infront ef you .
med defndc hmi torhe Po ch ward' and na rly hori.zo ntal to be
40 nor end tn g d' Buhtpo 'eve gin th cast. Strip a few ad deoil-on
nor ane dSt m an v ar a/ yd a of line from the reel and
19'47 s.d' iL raa the rod slowly until it i just
Ther1 er an d a. ees than a tn past Ve rti al, thpt is, point
Thee a a te hami s t kt Every... . . ba \ r.ck slightly over your should-
'Open caitplort -Wee'46 awhen e d -e : Wh th line
the big one wn etu after When the line has assumed this
ahnd n a 3,auze after ,w O position, with th belly of the'
World War 13ex Hogan is The wella-plaunderedtDuroH rresithiw d th ri
ented-lee; S_ Jullus Stoneham spltup actually-dated curvesl bo wteo a cas is .made
DOe, Dr. Cat ry, who back to last winter w. Ho- lH.f o.t b drw v tes ros m d
dalo the current Mate title- race became. uased becal the ly d e nw rd. The Imulte
holder, d12w edLp planted Itemsw of grandiose fmu-
lyd Mngram, th latter swing- ture pitas (beer baron, .1 o y I ypa bB n e immediately behind
ng back i action after consder- wood ot-shot, etc.) in a th e .r ed causes it to tr and
able time e t due to ib aepara- Broadway columns, an ob tius at- l. e eader oo f
ione S tempt to pressure the Giant own. a e eft they r e wa ter e
la-H Walter Burkemo. Tipoff on how much hee ethe'oth ee tyr
im. Tu.rM i. 10a2 1Chaud- Marciano-Moore go will generate: et a ,loop and out
leot Iarper a, L _rier. a New England electronic manu- e. a.n. .
This the tSughestOf all tour- facturer has sea out beams for a ,/ can. . more itn y
naments ind te oe the money $12,00 block of tickets to dispose working ouack, rep itne t
players like Dest because it Is at to customers as prizes.i rodm m wor E utack, rie t e hre
match play. Baseball was strictly sideline s rememeht as more .
If the shotbmakera could vote on stuff or six of the eight Natlofal Just remember that as more line essa
undb o Wednal a d wIs w arked out is necessary
the subject, mseal play would win League shortstop wihe the y put additional power in there o
in awAk.I were schoolboy hem s ..Al h or
AAs qV DarkandJohnn yogan were
an;fd .fru 111n11 8s. Miian, Dick Groat ad Ernie It a short par 4 uphill. You,
One player can have a pair eoft's Banks banked baskeJballs nd, of %s .,' can almpat drive the ireen. T n '
for exatm against another's course, Pee Wed 6ee h. iad hli a er of a series I drove nta trap s the left oday- E nto 35
and 3, bef two down. s marbles. Bank, like McMillan, By JACK FLC where with any kid if luck I In |I
medal ap'eh'4 be maed. Teg never even played baseball, the r a e P anks U.S. Opea Champi could get out and on with a rad i
back. uair specializing in softball . Writ or NBA Service chance for a bilrdle or sure par. Dor
After showing the Way. i '4w National Leaguers mmat impess- on a' search of mid Manhattan's I did not have a good lie, how- C
Hogan decided that the PGA was ed with ErM e's ability to wade surplus stores for a serviceable I was fOrtunate enough to et ever, and taking a full sa w a
altogether too muh walking. into breaking stuf in ouly hip s arachute . o ha tooff a lot of good sho this with the san, I pkedfor Plus:
The are ~It', haWte qualifying ond year of organized baseball n p from' ifa Ma s~year' ied tte-O Ch the ball in a.l
rounds n w edesday ThM s-He started out last spring_ a are Garden baeautse a p o ns t.pt-; J .h bal In I _.si' ,.
day after which the low 64 really Cubs' regular shortstop withoi ut e- moment shifted the fight to New Instead yryy finding ft them, .O
t dowan. TwC o 2 le mruns vi hi,, lv brod , ,eBt you' never bear of a play. my playi .er pWited to tir e..
s Friday are followed by we from Eddie. Mocr .. ae er's worst as @t unless they areIball b ia nthe sand. If bad
hole treatments n stuay, The Chicao White ox taking committed in a climactice situa- not moved. "
Sunday, Monday and Tuiesday the gander at onte' Irvin In e-nati on inappjor tournament or I had taken my eye off the ball Dan
latter two outins the s501 The. majority o f pros agree neapols to see f he can e read of them an or l and came down on t.
and final. on Dow Finsterwa. and not their attack . Dumont TV un- series such as this. I blasted out and two ptted
This system of dates was In' Gene Littler, gs the great tee-to- veim studle wrestling in MY.pooresth in competition for a 5. . WOMa T" m
augurated by Fred Corcora, who taller of the future. ber. the brainchild of a il came on thu 2 ard hole-at Oak- And te ighl usuccessful e
has done so much ef professle al o publicist Haskell Cda.i mont, near Pittsburgh, In thl U. plosion shot sticks in my memory,
golf. The idea is to do the week- Everybody agrees Ted Williamis
end business before too many has stirred up the spirit of t he On the summer tour, fIemme.
stars are eliiated. The al young Red ox, but how makes golfer Jackie Pung Is tollowd dli."i
will tun out for' the se i an interesting noe. . The Bosox gently down every fairway by
and final, anyway, 34 thb .o'- baby brigade has to tend stritUy daughters Sonia, 14, and Baruette,
b/tants are free to mTve om tP to business when around Williams 13 . and Jaqkle wnts it that
te next tournament without .o -no gab about gals, gambling agd way. Her first yar..n the
th ts whee apion.o di dwgamboling.' con because Theodore tour, all alone, she ad a nervous
With the cnam -loaed .el wan't converse about au but breakdown . 4 1 .the
coming on from t ,K,00 Miller batting and thu .ke~ thek ds' family along gives er aeeng
High Life Open tinMiwaukee, minds on the 1gme.. a of security. e.Th areifine
tim PGA Champlqo .INA as -golfers, and so Is IC father,
more than it hasW sle ean U Pa ul KricJhell, the veteran sut BArney '.. although bK'home
wuked out e t.. who poured the concrete talent ina. in Hawail you'll find him caddy-
to the foundations of the Yankee Ing for the brood -. T ze Pung
dynasty, in serioud condition In a strain includes French German, I
Yonkers hospiM. risha, Hawilian and" e .e.1
Summer cagedo~t in
There's a timid side to Floyd the Catskills has Use 0 ed .
Pattersea, lightning liht-Ihea- basketball players eltant Bill
vywe singf out for greAnes a Uhl, seven foot 131 6 U. senior,
he was first scheduled to meet working. n ast Wlt."', 't.
Arph. Me rldo in Chicago and Between you'o'mel to show
was to fly out for the scrap.., esteem In which hes aheld.ft was
But fast-m6ving Floyd is de't ly New York's sportswirters w h0O
afraid of airplanes and tho tbdreamt uP the Pee Wee ReIese
booked on a commercial s fit, celebration at Ebbets Field July
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SEVEN-YEAR-OLD BROWNIE UNIT enjoys taste of out-door cooking: marshmellows toast-
ed "just right" Looking on, from left to right, are Senior aides Rosemary Cookson, Grace
Argo, and leader Miss Marion Olander. Taken at "Camp Fort Gulick."


'Campaign n The Tropics Can Be Fun
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Play Camping Host


To Annie Oakleys, i.g.

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TEXT By NANCY PETERSON
Pictures by Army staff photographers at Ft. Clayton
and Ft. Gulick
"Camping in the tropics can be fun!"
There are about 212 Brownie members of the Girl
Scouts who will agree to the truth of that statement.
These Brownies recently enjoyed a week of Day Camp-
ing, at one of the two camps held on the Isthmus during
June and July.
"Camp Merry-Days" with 114 Brownies in attend-
ance was held at Fort Clayton June 27--July 1.
Here, divided into six units on the basis of age,
'Brownies did handicrafts, singing, games, dancing, and
learned new camping skills.
Each unit did some simple Over 50 parents attended a
cooking during the week, a n d special program on the last day
heard talks by well-known pro- at camp.
gram consultants on bird s,
shells, dramatics and first aid. Each unit contributed a skit,


A party on the last day, at-
tended by over 80 guests,
closed the camp.
Mrs. Nancy Peterson and
Mrs. Virginia Coffin directed the
camp; unit leaders were: Mrs.
J. Hall, Mrs. White, Mrs. A. Ly-
ons, Mrs. Elaine Ivey, Mrs. Bu-
ren Douglas, Mrs. R. G. Nichols
and Mrs. L. Kalbarzk. *
Some 98 Brownies enjoyed day
camping at "Camp Fort Gulick,"
July 5-July 9.
Like the Pacific side camp,
program activities centered a-
round campcraft skills, singing,
dancing, g a m e s, handicrafts
and cooking out-of-doors.
An illustrated talk in the care
of pets by a veterinarian and' a
movie on safety were highlights.


song, or dance they had learned.
Added attraction was m a g i-
cian "Eric the Great" who en-
tertained the Bro w nies and
their guests.
Mrs. Faith Brundage and Mrs.
Ruth Redmond were directors of
"Camp Fort Gulick."
Unit leaders were: Mrs.
Louis Rainey, Mrs. Joan Her-
nandez, Mrs. F. S. Mason, Mrs.
Lurlene Tipp, Mrs. Brill, and
Miss M. Olander.
Teenage Girl Scout members
qf Seniat troops served as pro-..
gram aides and unit assistgnts
n both camps.
Some 16 Seniors on the Atlan-
tic side and 9 on the Pacific
side were invaluable assistants
in this capacity. ". -


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"THIS IS THE WAY you lay a campfire," Senior Aide Beverly Boyette, center, seems to be say-
ing as she demonstrates fire-building techniques to Interested circle of Brownies at "Camp
Merry-Days."


GIRL SCOUT staff at "Camp Fort Gulick." Bottom row. from left to right: Marie Bleakley,
Stephanie Wreyer, Carol Flenniker, Rosemary Cookson. Eilecn Cox, Linda Talbert, Klathleen
Cox, Sharon Baker. Margarite Engelke, Pat Eaves; second row: Claire White, Nelsa Trottier,
Pat Riccio, Grace Argo; Black row: Mrs. Faith Brundage, camp director; Mrs. Louise Rainey,
Karen Coate, Mrs. Joan Hernindez, Mrs. Burns, Miss Marion Olander, Mrs. Emmy Lou Mason,
Mrs. Lurlene Tipp, Mrs. Brill and Mrs. Ruth Redmond, camp director.


BROWNIMS rMKN to "bow just so" for a folk dance game they are learning. Eileen Kirchnei
gir awla endingg laft and Mrs. White, leader, teach dance at "Camp Merry-Days."*


BOWNI at C Me-Da w&tch irat ad -demon-
r, stratlon given by Medical cor, psmran I.fFt. C eto d -
sary. San aT.P;.ik. is the tnges pj he d---
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BROWNIE UNIT at "Camp Fort Gulick" learns handicrafts. Mrs. Ann Walther, wearing apron,
center. her4s.is showing Senior aides Pat Riceio and Kathleen Cox the project for the day, while
Mrs. F. S. Mason, far left, looks on.


PUTTING ON THE BITE-There's no "Good Neighbor Polic a the rankfu Germany, zoo. I
Especially when "Toni," a bachelor hippo, and "Kitha~, a mWdena.Re nhd. tnge opinions
across the back fence. During pne such dispute,. TO taped Wa oW eand took a
lusty bte about ofKthany a left ear. Keeper at left man.a to separate" the aM g tIhe
hoppo with the Is*word and the *O bap- wtb a shredId mM..


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